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Crew prevail during soggy Cowichan Women’s Football League week 5

The Law’s Jaimie Coulter evades the defensive efforts of the Crew’s Jackie Harrison and Taylor Hendricks during their victory this past weekend. (Chris Mann photo)

The Crew continued their winning ways in one of just two CWFL games this past weekend at McAdam Park.

Against the Law in a wet and slippery game, Taylor Hendricks rallied for 19 points and two sacks while Janelle Mould put up 12 points and an interception for the winners, who took the contest 34-12 despite the best efforts of the Megan Newton along with Brin Piper, who were two of three outstanding players for the Law.

Law quarterback Jaimie Olson led the team.

“Her run threat gave the game its excitement as she seemed at times to run and move the ball at will,” the CWFL’s Chris Mann noted.

In the weekend’s other game, the Storm met the Ruckers in a not-so-soggy matchup.

Sporting their new jerseys, the Ruckers moved the ball well for the first half though the Storm kept pace.

Dani Robb lit it up with a spectacular run and touchdown for the Ruckers and Hayley Borgerson added her own amazing run and two sacks to give the Ruckers 12 points.

The Storm were patient with their offensive attack, however, using multiple receivers and controlling the game on both sides of the ball.

In the fourth quarter the flood gates opened for the Storm as Aston Aumen pounced for 18 points, Angela Richards added seven, and Caitlin Erickson chipped in with another six to amass a 32-13 victory. The Storm’s defence was once again led by Mellisa Cameron with two sacks.